No soak needed for this peppery sprout!
Current lot is a differnt variety than the previous lot which just means the leaves are slightly different and not as curly. Rest assured, it's still that great peppery Cress flavor!
Curly cress is an important source of iron, folic acid, calcium, vitamins C, E and A. The seed contains arachidic and linoleic fatty acids.
Customers most agreed on the following:
I love the taste, but my husband finds it a bit strong. He prefers a mixture of alfalfa and curly cress. They're fairly easy to grow as a sprout in a sproutmaster, especially when mixed with alfalfa. I've tried these as microgreens but I really can't be bothered using a baby blanket. They're a mucilaginous seed so don't panic if you see slime, just be really diligent about rinsing.
Terrific seeds. I bought them for micro shoots. Don't be put off by the funky scent shortly after germination because these seeds develop into some of the finest shoots my family & I have ever tasted. So much flavour, so little effort & cost! Thanks Mumms.
easy to grow microgreens. Good value and quite tasty! Excellent as a garnish for pho or any Asian noodle dish!
These seeds have an excellent germination rate, aroud 100%, I'm very satisfied. Delicious too...
Good sprouting seeds! Taste was little bit hot but I like it. Easy to grow and good salad microgreen for these season.
I have tried multiple methods and I haven't been able to sprout these seeds.
Seeds germinated very well,high percentage. Really liked the flavour ,slight peppery....goes very well in my home made wrappers. Will buy again.
I'd have to say germination was great....I'm using them as microgreens & they taste awesome
These seeds have a great taste, just like I'm used to from Europe. Quick sprouting!! You can use them (like all the other seeds I bought - anywhere and with anything!)
Good seeds, did not want to grow in jar but transferred to soil and are now doing great:)